When We Were Trespassers is a nostalgic opener recalling an experience while walking into a derelict house as a child. "In one of the rooms was a mural of a skeleton on a motorbike and...
I went pass that house today,
the one with pictures on the walls of biker skeletons
They have painted over them with council gray
to keep watching children's eyes at thee

We had free reign, but nowhere to go
I think those walls hold on the answers

And when we were trespassers, life was so easy
We knew we could always leave
But now that I'm older, I need a reminder
to feel that I don't have to stay

Give me something bad to look at
now that I'm good
Bring back dust from that old place,
put it under my skin

We have free reign, but nowhere to go
I think those walls hold on the answers

And when we were trespassers, life was so easy
We knew we could always leave
And now that I'm older, I need a reminder
to feel that I don't have to stay
And now that I'm older, I need a reminder
to feel that I don't have to stay


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